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Red Rabbit in The Atlantic

What do you get when Red Rabbit Founder, Rhys Powell, talks toThe Atlantic about why he decided to quit his job on Wall Street to start a company that would change how kids eat?  The very first Red Rabbit cartoon!

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Rhys Powell Speaks at B Inspired, Portland

Is an entrepreneur’s success measured only by a company’s profits? Rhys Powell, founder of Red Rabbit, tells how he found super-happiness in a new definition of success. Watch the inspiring speech here.

Rhys Powell says memories of growing up in the Bahamas inspired him to quit his equity-trading job and launch his healthy-school-lunch venture, Red Rabbit, in 2005. There, every fruit and vegetable was picked ripe to be eaten immediately. Since 2005 Rhys has grown the company from just a few neighborhood schools to more than 150 throughout New York City. Rhys is a 2013 Crains 40 under 40, a recipient of the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Business Awards and MIT graduate with a degree in Computer Science.

Is an entrepreneur’s success measured only by a company’s profits? Rhys Powell, founder of Red Rabbit, tells how he found super-happiness in a new definition of success. Watch the inspiring speech here.

Rhys Powell says memories of growing up in the Bahamas inspired him to quit his equity-trading job and launch his healthy-school-lunch venture, Red Rabbit, in 2005. There, every fruit and vegetable was picked ripe to be eaten immediately. Since 2005 Rhys has grown the company from just a few neighborhood schools to more than 150 throughout New York City. Rhys is a 2013 Crains 40 under 40, a recipient of the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Business Awards and MIT graduate with a degree in Computer Science.

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